- State the principal citizenship requirements of an elector in his state.
- Know the principal features of the naturalization laws of the United States.
- Know how President, Vice-President, senators, and congressmen of the United States are elected and their terms of office.
- Know the number of judges of the Supreme Court of the United States, how appointed, and their term of office.
- Know the various administrative departments of government, as represented in the President's Cabinet.
- Know how the governor, lieutenant-governor, senators, representatives, or assemblymen of his state are elected, and their terms of office.
- Know whether the judges of the principal courts in his state are appointed or elected, and the length of their terms.
- Know how the principal officers in his town or city are elected and for what terms.
- Know the duties of the various city departments, such as fire, police, board of health, etc.
- Draw a map of the town or city in which he lives, giving location of the principal public buildings and points of special interest.
- Give satisfactory evidence that he is familiar with the provisions and history of the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution of the United States.
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Boy Scout Handbook, 1911 Edition